Review On Never Ever Land

Dan Berkowitz

Registered Critic

In the end, who wins? Up to you to decide. Mr. Strong leaves us on an ambiguous note, which is probably the best way to end such a story. What’s real? What’s imaginary? Who’s innocent? Who’s guilty? And, in the final analysis, does any of it matter? The King is dead, his acolytes struggle, and show biz has moved on to idolize a new generation of “most famous” faces, some of whom will, no doubt, beget their own scandals in time to come.

"Never Ever Land" is good, nasty fun – who could ask for anything more?

DAN BERKOWITZ is a member of the Council of The Dramatists Guild of America, the professional association of playwrights, composers, and lyricists; and Co-Chair of The Alliance of Los Angeles Playwrights, the service and support organization for playwrights in Southern California. His writing for the stage has been produced off-Broadway, at major regionals, and in other venues across the US and Canada, and includes the popular revue A… My Name Is Still Alice; There’s No Place Like Hollywood!, nominated for LA’s Ovation Award for Best Musical; and more short plays than he can remember. Dan also produces, directs, and is a script and production consultant.